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Doylestown Intelligencer (Newspaper) - May 25, 2015, Doylestown, Pennsylvania Ii a monday. May 25,2015 Loc Ai the intelligencer Art Gentile staff photography r sixth grader Sydney Periard left reads the Label on one of her plants with a Little help from classmate Emily Erickson. Garden continued from Cage a3 Mcphee said she would enjoy working with the club which they named gardening to give. At the same time the school Learned that children s Village wanted a Garden and decided the Doyle students would Plant one there. A i think its a wonderful partnership a Salvesen said noting that the school s proximity to the Hospital allowed for the joint venture. The Garden club members walk Over As a group on thursday afternoons from 4 to 5 . To tend to the site in an enclosed area off the route 202 bypass. Salvesen noted that Chloe and Sophia also wrote the Grant application to cd ares. Mcphee said that cd cares approved the Grant and gave $420 to the cause. Because of the discounts Given to them by Home depot and the work that Sachin provided there still Are funds available for the gardens future needs. On thursday the Doyle students actually started planting fruits a including melons cantaloupes and strawberries a As Well As vegetables and herbs. Some of the plants had been started in tiny pots at the school. A we Learned a lesson a Mcphee said since not All of the seeds germinated. Mcphee showed the children How to tap on the seedling pots to loosen the plants and that planting a Marigold Flower in each bed would help to keep insects away since they done to like the scent. Student Jake Starke 12, explained that he had the idea to Plant strawberries because they put out runners and could come Back next year. Over the summer children at the Day cares Camps will help tend the Garden while it will be used As a teaching tool. When its time to Harvest the food it will be distributed to area food pantries and also available at a free clinic the Hospital offers for those in need. Peg Quann 215-345-3179 email qua in @ Calkins com twitter # pegu and funds continued from Cage a3 a when we get behind something we go full blast after it a he said. His Warminster shop rite 942 w. Street Road will Likely turn Blue Over the next few months As he seeks to Aid township police. A we Are really blessed to j have the Force that we have to take control of some of these situations a supervisor Wayne Mcculloch said. A we Are All appreciative of their my Quot u i Loch said he stopped in at shop rite last sunday morning and saw Cowhey hard at work. Cowhey told Mcculloch. A i appreciate the Community. You re shopping in my store. I just want to support our cow hey a Goodwill took place on a night when police chief James Donnelly handed out commendations to a dozen officers for exemplary roles in life savings situations. A thank you for your service and commitment to our supervisors chairman Dan Mcphillips said to the officers. In other township news interim manager Steve Wiesner said the Board which typically meets the first and third thursdays of the month is planning on cutting out the first meeting in june july and August. A a we re hoping to go to one meeting if that a possible he said the next meeting scheduled for june 18, could be a Bacone As a file photo Joe Cowhey owner of the Warminster shop rite says his store will be raising Money for a new township police vehicle. Public hearing is planned to change the zoning for the former Hart school property. Last september about 130 residents turned out after learning the baseball and soccer Fields on the 15-acre property would he lost if envision land use ill was approved to build 35 Homes. The property is zoned a a go for government use and would have to he rezoned �?or2�?o for a residential development. Supervisor it said if the zoning is not changed options for builders include anything from a traditional government building to a Kennel or juvenile detention Center. In preparation for memorial Day the township handed a Check for $7,500 to Alex Davilla commander of vow Post 6493 to pay for the townships memorial Day Parade. During the supervisors comment period Scott Derosa asked residents to look out for firefighters on their Way to an emergency. The father of two Volunteer firefighters Derosa said if motorists see flashing lights a please move out of the Gary Weckselblatt 215-345-3169 email a Weckselblatt Calk ins com twitter 8 week be Watt heroes met i event a1 Cente Over differ an artist s rendition shows what the Bharatia cultural Center and Temple inc. In Chalfont will look like Atter renovations Are completed the Temple is the recipient of the 2015 american red Cross Bucks county give a life hero award. Kim Weimer staff photographer global population. A the tact that our contribution reaches every Corner of the world a helping out in surgeries or natural disasters a is amazing Quot said Buddhi who came to the Temple in 2005. A being Able to help others is hard to explain in words. But its giving people a second Chance to live that is an amazing the blood drives he said Are a a family experience a drawing children and adults who talk to donors and keep them company through the it takes 200 Volunteer hours to organize the three annual drives Buddhi said. A and it gives meaning for the younger generation in understanding w hat serving society and responding to human needs Are All about a he said. A a in a sure w Hen they get older they will serve the american red Cross in one form or roof continued from Cage a3 a this Library is just so hush and so Well used by patrons and she said. A it would be fantastic if All the users would give $1. My Hope is that they would embrace being a part of its growth and preservation. We need the roof. We need to protect our Lindner said Community use has increased in several areas try out a new recipe on the family from the in wednesday�?T5 paper a Library visits Are up to percent. A Aud Obook downloads Are up 13 percent. A circulation is up 5 percent. A Public computer internet sessions Are up 4 percent. A program attendance is up 11 percent a it is Clear the Warminster Community supports and needs the township Library a she said. Dan Mcphillips president of the Hoard of supervisors said a a in a thankful for the donations. Its obviously going to a Good donations can he made by Cash Check or credit card at the Library 1076 Emma Lane. To make an online donation visit and Click on Public services. Gary Wecks waft 215-345-3169. Email . Fontaine amp sons Complete Auto repair. Brakes. I we Alliv chef i state inspections. I a j p j engine repair. I set. Center i tune up. a a i. A computer diagnostics. 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